After reading my article entitled Nik Complete Collection by Google now only $149 ($126.65 with coupon code), many people contacted me about the problems they were having. My favorite was – “is this spam kinda like those mails to get a free copy of Office?” I’m happy to report, no this is the real deal!
Here’s a couple answers to common problems:
I didn't get the email, what do I do?
Start by checking your junk mail folder. If you can't find it there, check your deleted items. If that doesn't work, then try to think if you had a different email account that you used to register or purchase your Nik software. If none of that works, then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a new email.
I clicked on the link but it wasn't a exe. What do I do with this file?
Odds are you are using Internet Explorer. Instead of clicking, choose right click Save As... and save it as a exe on your desktop. If that doesn't work, download the file and RENAME it to have a .exe extension, then run it. Alternatively you can use Chrome as shown in my videos and this won't happen as it lacks this security feature to prevent you from downloading malicious exe's off the web.
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